Simultaneously with the start of construction of the luxury apartment complex Bay House, the construction of the ‘MGallery Hotel Collection’ hotel has also started in the Rotterdam Rijnhaven District. The five-star hotel, which will be built directly opposite Rijnhaven metro station, will have 200 rooms and a rooftop bar & restaurant with event space. Borealis Hotel Group has signed a long-term lease with Frame for the operation of the hotel.
MGallery (a luxury brand of Accor Group) describes her hotels as a collection of boutique hotels dedicated to lovers of life, literature and culture. Each MGallery hotel stands as a gateway into another world; be it a bygone era, a hidden haven or a spectacular natural landscape. The collection is comprised of historic luxury hotels, many of which have hosted historic figures or iconic poets and authors. Others are stunningly modern design hotels, utterly unique in the cities they inhabit.
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Living in luxury, as we hardly know in the Netherlands. Surrounded by high-end facilities, top design and boundless facilities. It is possible in the Rotterdam Rijnhaven District. In Bay House the comfort of life gets an extra dimension through the unprecedented Concierge Residential Living services. Bay House residents and visitors are received by the concierge, who also monitors safety and ensures that the management and maintenance of the complex are arranged to perfection. Residents can also contact him for extra services, which they can order via a handy service app.
The Box is the extravagant center of Bay House. With its surface of approximately 1,000 square meters and impressive floor height of up to 12 meters, it is the largest and most spectacular living experience in Rotterdam and surroundings. The Box can be completely arranged according to your own wishes. The Box is for those who demand exclusivity at its best. Exclusivity in size, height, design and originality. There is only one Box in the world, it does not become more unique. Living in The Box is living in 'the heart of glass' of Bay House.
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Directly opposite the popular Wilhelminapier, the bustling Rotterdam Rijnhaven District is being developed: a beautiful extension of the inner city with international allure where a luxurious range of new apartments (i.a. Bay House), shops hotels (i.a. MGallery Hotel Collection) and restaurants are added to the city.
FASHION, DESIGN & ART
A real design avenue will be realized in the Rotterdam Rijnhaven District. An attractive, creative neighborhood with a shopping area that is completely focused on international fashion, design, art and architecture. The monumental Santos coffee warehouse is being restored and given a shopping destination; the German design department store Stilwerk will establish itself here.
The prestigious range of fashion & design will be a reason for many people inside and outside Rotterdam to visit the Rotterdam Rijnhaven District. Premium brands are alternated with the new Jumbo food market, a sandwich shop, butcher, espresso bar, pastry shop, flower shop and delicacies stores.
High-quality catering establishments are created on the Rijnhavenkade with various terraces, greenery and varied paving. The unique mix of culture, design and creativity will be enhanced by art galleries and museums.
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Mid 2020, the beautiful small-scale design boutique hotel, LeMoore, opens in the center of Brielle, nearby the city of Rotterdam.
The hotel is housed in a monumental building, in the middle of the historic center of Brielle, a stone's throw from the A15 and Rotterdam. Thanks to the central location, the sublime interior and the high quality of the hotel, it is perfect for both business and leisure stays. LeMoore will have twelve hotel rooms, bar, lobby and a beautiful city garden.
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At the Oude Wal site in Rotterdam Hoogvliet, Frame Vastgoed is working on its own portfolio for a high-quality new development with a diverse program. Frame invests in the construction of approximately 50 spacious rental apartments with in the plinth neighborhood facilities, in the form of different types of retail space. An underground parking garage where residents can park is also part of the program.
The new building to be developed, based on the design by architect Jeroen Hoorn, is of a durable and high quality. The intended stores fit in with the economic need of the district (Nieuw Engeland), are small-scale and correspond with the existing stores. The rental apartments are focused on the housing requirements of Hoogvliet and are, due to the large size, future-proof and durable. Frame has already signed a long-term lease with a tenant.
Jeroen Hoorn has designed a beautiful all-sided building block consisting of a plinth with a recessed turret on the corner. The idea is that the façades are constructed from masonry frames in brick and in similar color to the surrounding buildings. This creates a natural connection with the environment. The façade makes the architecture less closed. The skirting board will be the same length as the old building and will reflect exactly the length of the block opposite. The accompanying impression shows the effect of the building in its surroundings.
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Directly on the A20 in the ‘Spaanse Polder’ (Schuttevaerweg) of Rotterdam, Frame Vastgoed is developing a new spectacular location for Porsche Centrum Rotterdam. For this purpose, Frame has signed a long-term lease with Pon Luxury Cars. The new branch will be combined with exclusive showrooms for two other luxury car brands from Pon Luxury Cars, concerning Bentley and Lamborghini.
Prominent view location
The 80s building previously acquired by Frame is located at a prominent location on the A20; a place where about 700,000 vehicles a week pass by. The renewed building is expected to be completed in the thirth quarter of 2021. With this, Porsche Centre Rotterdam will leave the current location at the Autostrada.
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The elegant Frame Vastgoed office is located in Brielle, near Rotterdam. It is located in a listed building, called ‘De Sociëteit’ (‘The Society’), which dates back to 1520 and served as Brielle’s district court from 1838 until 2002. It was then one of the seats of the Rotterdam court’s sub-district sector until 2013.
De Sociëteit was transformed after an intensive restoration and renovation process. With specialist architectural expertise and by performing detailed building archaeological research, Frame Vastgoed has managed to repurpose this listed property in a high-quality manner. We have retained and restored the authentic elements that 18th century buildings such as this one boast as much as possible.
All those who enter our office nowadays get to experience the perfect balance between assured authenticity and contemporary luxury. As we specialise in renovations and restorations, our office in De Sociëteit serves as a perfect calling card for our business.
At the edge of Kralingen, with the vibrant city centre of Rotterdam right around the corner, the well-known Slaakhuys has been resurrected. After its reconstruction, designed by architect Jo Vegter, was completed in 1955, the Slaakhuys has served many different purposes, from the editorial department and printing works for a national newspaper to a snooker centre and studio space for artists.
The Slaak Rotterdam & Didot34
After years of vacancy, Frame Vastgoed has given Slaakhuys its luster back in the form of a 50s-style boutique hotel with 74 hotel rooms: The Slaak Rotterdam. This hotel is a Tribute Portfolio hotel by Marriott Hotels and guarantees a phenomenal level of service and top quality.
For a delicious breakfast, lunch and dinner you have also come to the right place at The Slaak Rotterdam. Restaurant & Bar Didot34 serves international dishes here all day and at the stylish bar you can enjoy the most delicious cocktails.
In the former printing section of the Slaakhuys you can find the very first Lidl branch in the Netherlands that is located in a listed building. Thanks to the wonderful result of the restoration and renovation by Frame, this branch was therefore one of the seven nominees for the title of “most beautiful supermarket in the Netherlands”.
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